Cambridge Analytica Files for Bankruptcy

Published on May 8, 2018

By now, you’re probably quite familiar with Facebook’s data scandal involving Cambridge Analytica. Recently, the…

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Human Nature Spreads Fake News Faster Than the Truth

Published on March 12, 2018

Who’s to blame for the spread of fake news? Common suspected culprits are Russian bots…

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Are Tech Titans Just Tools for Russian Meddling in U.S. Politics?

Published on February 27, 2018

Social media platforms are powerful. There’s no denying that. Even in the early days of…

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1.4 Million Twitter Users Tricked by Russian Spam Accounts in 2016 Election

Published on February 6, 2018

Russian involvement in the 2016 United States presidential election has been a volatile point of contention…

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Tech Companies Stamp Out Neo-Nazis After Charlottesville

Published on August 17, 2017

The events this weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, shocked the nation, and Trump’s equivocating response threw…

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It’s Twitter vs the Government in a Battle Over Free Speech

Published on April 7, 2017

As if President Trump’s relationship to tech wasn’t already fraught enough, Twitter announced yesterday that…

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EU Cracks Down on Consumer Rights Violations on Social Media

Published on March 20, 2017

In this era of “fake news,” hateful trolling, and increasing privacy concerns, the negative aspects…

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For Twitter CEO, A Turnaround in a Cul-de-sac

Published on October 6, 2016

Twitter stock is up to over $23 at the time of this writing — but…

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Startup Blockai Tackles a Big Problem: Copyright Control

Published on August 19, 2016

If you’re a photographer, artist, or writer, there’s only one way to stop people from…

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What Twitter’s #RIPTwitter Fiasco Can Teach Young Startups

Published on March 28, 2016

If you’re a Twitter user, you’ve probably noticed the #RIPTwitter hashtag floating around your Twitter…

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